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  • it is really nice. But please help me how can i make a geometry(about different angles )lesson through instructions and present in on power point. and same topic through cooperative learning method
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  • 1. Technology in Mathematics and Science Instruction (Chapter 11) By: Adrienne Anderson, Grant McCreight,  and Stephanie Slaviero
  • 2. Top Concepts
      • Graphing Calculators
    • This will help students with hands on learning when doing math problems.
      • Spreadsheets or Excel
    • This helps students with problem solving.
      • Mutimedia- PowerPoint and Videos
    • This can show how things grow in science, or how to solve a math problem
  • 3. How devices such as scanners, cameras and video can be used in math and science
      • Different uses
      • Take pictures for science projects
      • Use pictures for counting, comparing, number operations
      • Record videos for science projects
  • 4. How to use productivity tools for word, databases and spreadsheets
      • Use word processing for math and science projects
      • Databases and spreadsheets can be used after each project tools can be used for problem solving.
  • 5. How to use multimedia tools
      • Makes subjects more interesting
      • Keeps students attention
      • Animations can be used for demonstrations
      • Video clips can be used for word problems
      • Graphics can be used to display data
  • 6. How to use resources for adaptive/assistive devices for students with special needs
      • Online tools such as calculators
      • websites that help with problem solving
      • provide students with access to lab equiptment that can be connected to a computer
      • use larger scopes and magnifying tools
      • science-based websites
  • 7. How teachers and students can practice socially responsible, ethical, and legal use of technology, information, and software resources related to your topic
      • Using different computer or internet games.
      • Use internet and computer safety.
      • Use computer privacy. 
      • Teachers should monitor websites and only allow certain ones.
  • 8. How teachers and students can adhere to copyright laws and guidelines in the access and use of information from various technologies
      • When using the different calculators and other mathmatical tools.
      • When using the different science materials, this can include the equipment.
  • 9. How an existing WebQuest can be used as an activity for your topic
      • Title: MATH FRACTIONS AND THE FUN OF IT ALL....ADDING FRACTIONS USING COOL MATH GAMES.  URL: http://questgarden.com/101/05/7/100413162426/process.htm. This webquest will help students with adding fractions, it also gives some game ideas that you can play with the students. It is also very easy to read and gives a good step by step process when teaching this lesson.  
      •   Title: Subtraction of Integers. URL: http://questgarden.com/103/50/9/100517184823/process.htm.  This webquest will help students with the subtraction of integers.  This webquest also gives ideas about playing games with the students.  This one was a little harder to read with the different colors they used. 
      •   Title: Changes in Science URL:  http://questgarden.com/75/79/4/090120055925/process.htm. This webquest tells about how different things in nature change, how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly and how a seeds turns into a plant.  This website give good science experiments on how to watch the different things change.  
  • 10. Examples of instructional software that can be used for your topic
      • Calculators (Graphing)
      • Different computer and internet games
      • Different science equipment
  • 11. Examples of instructional software that can be used for your topic
      • Geometer’s Sketchpad
      • GLOBE program
      • NASA internet sites
      • Microsoft Excel
      • Instructional games
  • 12. Examples of tools or resources that teachers can use for developing teleresearch or telecommunication projects for student related to your topic
      • Using virtual manipulatives- Manipula Math with Java ( www.ies.co.jp/math/java/index.html )
      • Motivating skill building and practice- PLATO Learning ( www.plato.com )
      • Supporting math-related communications- Math Forum – Ask Dr. Math ( www.mathforum.org/dr.math/ ) 
  • 13. Examples of rubrics that can be used for assessing student outcomes for your topic
      • Using virtual manipulatives- Manipula Math with Java ( www.ies.co.jp/math/java/index.html )
      • Motivating skill building and practice- PLATO Learning ( www.plato.com )
      • Supporting math-related communications- Math Forum – Ask Dr. Math ( www.mathforum.org/dr.math/ )  
  • 14. Example and description integration idea of appropriate lesson plans for your topic
      • Fun Mathematics Lessons - A comprehensive PreK-12 site that contains math lessons and activities on graphing, problem solving, algebra, fractions, counting, exponents, fractals, ratios and proportions, geometry, and calculus ( www.nycareerzone.org/text/resources/index.jsp?section=142
      • Math.com, The World of Math Online has free math lessons, math help and lesson plans from basic math to algebra, geometry and more. Contains hundreds of Teacher  created unique lesson plans ( http://www.math.com/teachers/centers/lesson%20plans.html )
      • PBS Teacher Source-  a teacher resource service utilizing the power of telecommunications to provide quality resources and services to teachers of mathematics, science and other subjects in grades K-12 with over 3000 lesson plans and activities ( http://www.pbs.org/teachers )
  • 15. Summary
      • Technology is very useful in the classroom when teaching math and science.  You can use a lot of different tools to help explain or show a concept.  Some examples are different calculators, and different multimedia examples.
  • 16. Assessment
      • What steps should teachers and students use when dealing with social responsibilities?
      • What are some tools that you can use to help assist students with special needs?
      • What is a useful instructional software that can be used by teachers?
  • 17. Answers
      • The teacher should only allow specific websites, computer and internet safety and privacy.
      • Provide students with lab equipment that is easy to use.  Use computer equipment that allows the students that allows what is being magnified to be displayed on a larger screen
      • Microsoft Excel, Geometers Sketchpad, Globe Program.